APWith a never ending flow of Aaron Hernandez stories, we’re trying to periodically cleanse the page with a blurb or two about players doing something good. According to the Jersey Journal, Titans receiver Kenny Britt has cut a check in the amount of $5,000 for the Bayonne High School football team. The donation helped fund
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Burbank's electrifying Calvin Green had plenty of crowd-pleasing performances at Titans Stadium last season.The then-junior dazzled at running back, wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner to help the Titans go 12-1 arguably the best football season in school history.Green accounted for 2,433 all-purpose yards, scored 22 touchdowns and had five interceptions, 28 passes
Click photo to enlargeLAS CRUCES - Throughout the summer, the Sun-News takes a look at former local athletes - both from the high school and the college ranks - and asks the question, "where are they now?" Our most recent installment looks at four former high school standouts, their past impact, and their current whereabouts:
Wesley Sinor | email@example.com, July 03, 2013 12:25 p.m.View full sizeThe following is a list of Alabama high school coaching moves reported from June 20 to July 3, 2013. If you know of anyone who was left off the list, please e-mail high school sports producer Wesley Sinor at firstname.lastname@example.org.CLASS 6A Scott Sullivan has resigned as Opelika’s baseball
FOX Sports Reporter Amy Campbell Gets Flattened by High School Player Reeling in Touchdown Catch (Video) Ermon Lane knows how to break a tackle. FOX Sports reporter Amy Campbell probably just wishes he didn’t practice the skill at her expense. Campbell was on the wrong side of a hit (pun intended) this week when she
Donnie Webb | email@example.com, July 03, 2013 10:12 a.m.View full sizeView full sizeView full size Lineman Carson Hicks left Syracuse last week to join his new football team at Miami University of Ohio. Westhill High School officials said previously they couldn’t remember another one of their football players signing to play for a Division I
The rules for and length of moratorium time periods governing sanctioned high school sports have been shortened, strengthened and simplified with new guidelines passed last month by the Utah High School Activities Association.After a lengthy consideration of the issues involved, the UHSAA Board of Trustees adopted the new policies, which officially take effect on August